|Posted by The Editor on December 14, 2016 at 4:30 PM||comments (0)|
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Seminary
Boston, Kentucky, USA
...comes the following appeal, to which we encourage you all to respond generously.
An excellent opportunity has presented itself! The property adjacent to Our Lady of Mount Carmel Seminary is available for purchase. It includes a large six bedroom house and five acres of land.
Considering the current growth of the Seminary, which includes the six returning seminarians and one brother from the previous year, as well as new seminarians, this will be a wise and timely purchase.
The total purchase price is $150,000. The Australian as well as the United Kingdom SSPX Marian Corps are also involved in this effort and plans are to purchase this property mid-December of this year. Through this combined effort, hopes are to pay for this entire property in full without the need of a bank loan.
This provides us all with an ideal occasion to support these good priests, who are working tirelessly for the preservation of the Catholic Faith by forming our future priests to follow in the footsteps of Archbishop Lefebvre.
May Our Dear Lord bless all of our efforts through the intercession of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. St. Pius X, pray for us.
Please make check or money order payable to Our Lady of Mount Carmel Seminary and mail to:
PO Box 72
Saint Marys, KS 66536
Fathers Pfeiffer and Hewko thank you in advance for your generosity.
If more information is needed please email: [email protected]
|Posted by The Editor on July 27, 2016 at 8:15 AM||comments (0)|
On 8th July 2016, DICI reported on the ordination of one Rev. Daniel Sabur to the priesthood by Bishop de Galarreta in the church of St. Nicolas du Chardonnet, Paris, which took place six days earlier.
"So the Babylonian Patriarchy, which is Chaldean, says that we are schismatics. And the Ordinary in France for the Oriental Churches says that we are illegal. And yet the Pope himself says that the Society, that we, are Catholics. So are we Catholics or are we schismatics? I have with me the letter given by His Excellency Bishop Fellay where the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith tells us, the Bishop says, that we can proceed with the ordinations without asking the permission of the local bishops; it is sufficient to give them the names of the ordinands, something which we will do of course, at the right opprtunity. So we're neither schismatic nor illegal."
With the possible exception of Pope Francis himself, nobody better represents the conciliar church than the "Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith", unworthy successor of what used to be the Holy Office. They are at the heart of the modernist, conciliar project. These are the very people who have been destroying the Church these past fifty years and who have been causing countless millions to lose the Faith. They also represent the people who illegally supressed the SSPX a mere four-and-a-half years after it was founded and "suspended" Archbishop Lefebvre the following year - essentially for the crime of ordaining "renegade" priests in the Traditional Rite at Econe. Now these same people are (apparrently) quite happy for SSPX ordinations to go ahead, and will even go as far as committing their approval to paper.
But don't worry - as we've been told so often, nothing has changed, the SSPX is the same as it always was, it still continues exactly the same fight as Archbshop Lefebvre, Bishop Fellay & co haven't changed their position one bit since the days of Archbishop Lefebvre, don't listen to the rumours and scaremongering from those who say they that a sell-out to modernist Rome has been gradually accomplished, there's no truth in that at all, where's your evidence, etc...
|Posted by The Editor on March 28, 2016 at 5:45 AM||comments (0)|
Catholic Resistance Conference
Sat. 2nd & Sun. 3rd April, 20169.00am - 5.30pm both days
The Antoinette Hotel,BroadwayWimbledonSW19 1SDConfessions; Mass; Rosary; Talks; Q&A; Social;Lunch and refreshments provided free
PROVISIONAL SCHEDULE FOR SATURDAY:
- reception into the Church
- tea break -
- lunch break -
(buffet provided free)
- tea break -
- tea break -
- Rosary -
- tea break -
5.30pm - END
|Posted by The Editor on March 26, 2016 at 6:50 AM||comments (0)|
Good Friday marks the 25th Anniversary of the death of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, on 25th March, 1991. Nothing about this can be found in the British district newsletter. Nothing on DICI.org. Nothing on fsspx.de, the German district website. The US District has an article which is not very prominently displayed on their website, an article which rather misses the point. A mere 25 years after his death, the Archbishop is all but forgotten by the priests of the Society which he founded.
|Posted by The Editor on February 7, 2016 at 3:00 PM||comments (0)|
All Night Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Friday 26th Feb.
7pm Mass - followed by all night adoration...
Saturday 27th Feb.
...all night adoration followed by - 7am Mass
|Posted by The Editor on February 1, 2016 at 7:40 PM||comments (0)|
A Note for your Diary:
Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd April, 2016
...further details to follow.
|Posted by The Editor on October 11, 2015 at 8:25 AM||comments (0)|
A quick reminder that a vigil of prayers for priests for the Resistance is happening on Friday 16th October, finishing Saturday 17th October. If you are not within range of London, please consider joining us in prayer from wherever you are.
|Posted by The Editor on September 30, 2015 at 1:55 PM||comments (0)|
Are you still attending the conciliar SSPX? Are you aware that many people, often those who were the heart and soul of their parish, have left the SSPX in the last couple of years? Our friends over at Catholic Candle recently published the following excellent and very timely letter.
"We are writing to explain why we no longer attend the Masses of the SSPX or give them any support of any kind..."
Read more here:
...and please consider printing off to give to those you know who are still in the SSPX.
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"Viva Cristo Rey!"